Based on my last post’s Caching System Architecture for Mobile Apps with a WordPress REST back-end, let’s review in more details what is required to build a cache controller in Swift. The flow: At first run, the app calls all API endpoints requred to download data from the website: Use “Get All” endpoints for each… →
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In a recent project we had to implement caching to allow an iOS mobile app to work offline, while keeping all contents up-to-date with the WordPress back-end through its REST JSON API. Since the dataset was limited and updated once or twice a week, we decided to create a caching workflow that would allow the… →
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